Yellow pages for kids provides information on services, healthcare providers advocates etc.

Co- Ed Special Needs Sports Leagues NYC

Children from all five boros welcome, age 5 & up. No one turned away. For more information and how to register please click here

NYC Early Intervention New Redesigned Website

The NYC BEI website has been fully redesigned to be more accessible and easier to navigate. The website contains information regarding referrals, EI provider directories, provider self- assessment tools, and the NYC BEI policy and procedure Manual. The new website also features the NYC Early Intervention Program  


Resource Guide for Families of Children with Disabilities or Developmental Delays 2014

The guide includes information & resources for children with developmental delays & disabilities for the families.For more information: NYC EIP Resource Guide for Families of Children with Disabilities or Developmental Delays 2014.pdf

The CPIR Center for Parent Information and Resources

 The Center for Parent Information and Resources is pleased to serve as the new home of many of the resources developed by NICHCY, the National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities. for more information please click Here 

Information for the Care of Children with Diabetes

Diabetes is a disease that affects our young poupulation. The following website has more information on the care and the challenges of having a child with diabetes. Please visit the site  

Advocates for Children of New York (AFC)

has a new project to help families of children (ages 0-5) living in temporary housing* access high-quality early childhood education services.

See attached flyer


Guidance on Safety and Health Alerts

Here you can find links, information, and more!



Click on the following links for more information on developmental guidelines: 

Fine Motor Development 0-6 years 

Developmental Checklists Birth to Five 

Developmental Checklist Birth to Five-Spanish

Developmental Guideline 3 mos to 3 yrs

Motor Skills for children 6-12 years

Activities to Encourage Speech and Language Development



NYC-DOE-The division of Students with disabilities and English language learners

NYS Special Education Office & Resources for Parents


 CPSE/CSE Contact list:

Word file of all cpse administrators and their contact information. Click here



Baby Steps: Learn the Signs. Act Early.

Source: National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities (NCBDDD)
Running Time: (4:32) Release Date: 9/22/2008

Early recognition of developmental disabilities such as autism is key for parents and providers. CDC realized the impact on families and invested in a campaign to help parents measure their children's progress by monitoring how they play, learn, speak and act.




For more resources, information, please do not hesitate to Contact Us

Summer Meals

Free summer meals for NYC children under 18 For more information click here  schoolfoodnyc.org


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